Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1931 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1931
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la Becretary. He was accom- tty E. 2eltz. There will be English .services at k the Lutherah Church next .Sunday morning. German services are now held once a month. Mrs. ;ChrtotnIe Boehmor Is still In gerlous condition at Wllllsim Vaudt'e, and little hope is hold for her 1 recovery. 'Mrs.' Rockhlll, who had been at her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Uoyman's three weeks, returned to Larchwood onday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson drove to Granger and Des Molnes to spend the week-end with relatives. doc- KOSSUTtt COttNTY AfrVANCB. ALGONA, IOWA uneral of Mrs. Ulfers' uncle, Jesse Jreenfleld. «thcr Fenton News . oM Alderson entertained at a nOO' party at his home last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Glenn Sharp won high score for the lades imd Homer HtiRkamp won first prize for the men Cut prizes were von by Mr. Sharp, and Bernlce But- Coach Burdette Agard reforced a basketball gnm© at Corwith last .Week Wednesday evening. Mr. arid Mrs. Aaron Steuasy have returned from .Florida. 'George Scrlbner Is under tor's caret now of Armstrong, where Mr. Strausbprg Is employed by the high Ine company, visited Fenton friends •Sunday. The Strausbcrgs lived here several years n«o while work was done at this place. Mrs. o. D. Gelken was hostess afternoon ait her home. *£££ The following rcaa: Mason, whose maid,i« Patterson, born. , Wright county, where she n W B. Mason Sep- w " __ _«,,<w1 in ne In ' the infancy. • husl They and to had five ion. Oral, Surviving, Mason B ; are Mrs, George Ledyard; Ray Mason, Charles City; and l Convlth; also ..Lrt- Mason, nieces, and Lewlston, Ida., T 0 ^ parents died when Jyoung and who have S home with Mr. and Mrs. FENTON LOSES ,TO SWEA CITY IN FAST GAME 'Fentdn, Jan. 27 — Swe.a City defeated Feriton, 13-11, In a nip and tuck battle ' on the local court Friday night. Fenton held the lead throughout most of the first half, but just as the half ended Swea made two baskets to grab the lend by one point. At the start of the second half, Fenton took the lead again, only to see Swea rally and take a 6-polnt lead. With but a minute .to go Fenton was still behind. During, this time a free throw arid a basket were made, making the score 13-11. Many spectators believe the ecore should have been tied, thinking one basket was not counted. Fenton plays Swea City there next Friday night and Whittemore here next week Wednesday laged mother, Mrs., W. A. f a brother Charles, and £K Mrs. J. H. White, Ro- Minn.- Mrs. Fred Haglst, Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mrs. ia praan, and Mrs. J. L. Lich- Verne, also survive. Mrs. joined Congregational .toalt afl5, and was later member of the Presbyter,.„ here. Her Christian "v- character, and her faithful| home, church and commun- her a Place of high es- i (or Honors Divided— (Thursday evening the Whit- boys tad girls' Basketball dayed here, and these were games of the season. Rere: Lu Verne boys won, land Whittemore girls won, 1 Whlttemore has an unde- IghV'team which has won 14 The girls are unusually I they towered over the Lu who were unable to the line. The local girls go t this week Tuesday, and City boys and girls ! Friday, . __ !_ , girls Dinner Hostesses— I domestic science girls enter[the board of education and iuHy at 6:30 dinner last week lay evening. The guests . at a table decorated in on, Algonn Mr. and Mrs. Halph Strausbcrg, wits played at four tables, ind high score, was won by Mrs. fl. M. Wlddel, and the cut prize by Mrs. R A. Welsbrod. were served. Refreshments Mrs. ,1. W. 1-Iartmiin and son Everett and Mrs. Ilartman's sister, Mrs. Loiuik, Hector, Minn., returned •Sunday night from ten days with relatives and friends at Illinois. points in PAGE THRgB .•WE fracturing his skull. After an operation at an Algona hospital he seemed to be progressing nicely till Monday evening, when he Buffered a relapse and died about 9 o'clock Tuesday .morning. Burial was made In the Catholic cemetery at Whit* temore. Howe Nephew is Shanghaied— Dr. E. A. Howe was called to Algona Sunday afternoon by the mysterious disappearance of his nephew, Everett Richardson. Mr. Richardson had his car parked on Call street In Algona Saturday morning, and when he went to get in he found two strangers In the back seat. He was told, at the point of a gun, to drive them to Minneapolis, which he did. Nothing was heard from him till his return late Sunday afternoon. LEDYARD YOUTH IS CHOSEN AS CAMPUUEADER AT COE The Ledyard school paper, called The Putuwlz, says: "Elvln Carpenter was one of the 12 men nominated and elected aft most prominent in campus activities at Coe college, Cedar Rapids. His nomination is among others for prominent men and women, as well as co-ed beauties, of the class of 1932. The picture and write-ups about these people will appear in the "Acorn," yearbook of the local Junior class. "Elvln Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Carpenter, prominent citizens of tiedyard. He Is a graduate of Ledyard high school, class of '27. cust' (In Strand Theater Bldg.), Deft Molnes. 16u(ICS)20 FOR SAUB—MAMMOTH BRONZE turkeys; early-hatched. Toms, $6; hens, $3.—Mrs. Geo. C. Hanna, Lone Rock. 16FB20 FOR RENT—MODERN, furnished 3-apartment housekeeping. phone. 488-W. rooms for light A. W. Slgsbee, Ilp20 (and apricot, with Following dinner lighted a prc- 1 radio stunts was given t> Birthday Observed- land Mrs, Robert Masterapn mrprlsed last week Tuesday when a large number of 1 arrived to help .them tele- Masteraon's birthday. took eats with them: received a number of litteid Pastors' Heet— and Mrs. H. A. Reyman Monday, attending sroup meeting of Metho'« at Dr. w. H. Lease's. Wish lunch was served at [and In the afternoon plans for this conference group. Hiiskamps Hosts at Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp en tertalned at five tables of brldgi last week Wednesday, and Mrs. F M. Bonn and P. H. Jensen won high scores, and Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen and F. H. Elgler, low scores. Sat urday night Mr. and Mrs. Huskami entertained at six tables of "500. Mrs. G. E. Headley and Carl Niel son won the high scores, and Mrs Carl Nlelson and Wm. Huskamp, thi low scores. Refreshments wer served after the games. Five to College B. B. Game— Kenneth Stephenson, Paul Elgler, Raymond Alderson, Arlo Ranney, and Clayton Dltsworth attended the Iowa State and University of Kansas basketball game at Ames Thursday night. Raymond Alderson, who had been spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson, continued from there to Des Molnes, where he is attending the Iowa Barbers school. Guests at Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod entertained at dinner at their home Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. Lura Sanders, and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, all of Algona, the Rev. .Mr.. Snyder and family, Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, and Mr. and Mre. E. A. Welsbrod, all of Fenton. Mitchells In Family Gathering— Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell entertained their children and their families at a'family gathering Sunday. Attending were: the Martin Olsons, Haifa, the <Ole Petersons, and the Maurice, Albert, and Melford Mitchells, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Micthell, and Bertha Mitchell, all from near Fenton. ' ; geballin Sisters Give Party- Mr, and Mrs. Carl Wolfe, Latimer, rtnlph Wolfe, Waterloo, and Florence Householder and the Calvin llnusehoklera, of Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at W. R. Wolfe's. Irene Newel, Ruth Peterson, and Nettle Weisbrod were entertained at bridge at the K. C. Goetsch's .Saturday night. Agnes Goetsch was hostess. Florence Welsbrod and Lou Bns- sett, teachers at Sheldon, spent the week-end with Florence's- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. Carl Wolfe, Latimer, and Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, Whlttemore, were guests at the Dr. J. T. Walte's last week Wednesday eening. Irene Newel and friend, Ruth Peterson, teachers at Belmond, spent the week-end with Irene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and son Sidney and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller were at Bancroft Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel entertained their bridge club Thursday night. High score was won by Mrs W. T. Ohm. Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman, Cylinder, and daughter Margaret visited the Supt. Belkens Sunday afternoon. The Theo. Welsbrod and Herman Gades visited at the Mrs. Carrie Haase home at Fairmont Friday. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod visited her brother F. C. Gibbons at Burt Fri day. .Mrs. Ulcln I>lcs at Waterloo- Mr, and Mrs. John Engesser, Tracy, Minn., spent Sunday with the N. J. Merrills, en route to Waterloo to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Klein, who died there Saturday. The funeral was held Monday morning with the Rev. Father Flsch conducting the services. Kilmoro Jnnvrin Honor Student— The H. E. Janvrln family, Webster City, visited Bancroft friends Sunday. Fllmore, who was graduated from the Bancroft high school last spring is attending a. telegraphy school at Valparaiso, Ind., and was the honor student last semester. HOUSE ON ZERFASS FARM IS DESTROYED IN BLAZE Wesley, Jan. 20—The house on the farm owned by Paul Kerfass and occupied by Oscar Hammond, northeast of Wesley, burned last Thursday at midnight, while the family was attending the . Charles Downs pony dance. The family lost furniture, clothing, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond are staying temporarily with his parents, the Ed Hammonds, north of town. NUITCH Hosts nt Party— Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nurre entertained at eight tables of "500" Sunday evening. Joe. Baltz and Mrs. Frank Fangman won high score, and John Brink and Mrs. Jos. Recker won the cut prizes. Grinder Crushes Hand. Wesley, Jan. 27—Clare, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wingert, had a hand smashed while he was at work with a feed grinder one day last week. #- WANT ADS | SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— Mrs. F. W. Green, Tel, 413-J. p20 FOUND—BROWN RAWHIDE robe. '—Herman Kutschara, Algona. p20 Date Picked- Verne committee on TWO COWS HIT BY FT, DODGER AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Feb. 27—One cow was killed, another one injured, and a Fort Dodge car was seriously damaged as a result of an accident early Saturday afternoon near the Elch- enberger farm. Mr. Eichenberger was-driving his - cattle across-'• the pavement when he saw a car driven by a Fort Dodge i party approaching from the south at a fair rate of speed. The car struck two cows and when the local veterinarian was called It was found necessary to kill one «f the animals. Deputy Sheriff E. L. Harris, Algona, was called and a hearing was held. The two principals agreed to a compromise settlement. The steering apparatus of the car was wrecked, one wheel smashed, and the fenders bent. ; ««ef win have a tag day " to ralae Lu Verne's quota, w been placed about town ^.^ h *ve .not, b*en to. OpenUloo- « dauehter * Mr.' . ' SwatlMn . Phyllis Veiv double mastold- , re- pneumonia, of Nurses A. L, Look, a nd la slowly re- Tjtty and Marie Schallln entertained at seven tables of "500" at their home northwest of town Friday evening. High scores were won by Qustaf Hawks and Florence Qremmels, and the low score by Raymond Gremmels and Esther Larson; Refreshments were served. Fire at Home Extinguished— The Grandma Hawks house occupied by George Boettcher caught fire from a defective chimney Sunday morning, but the local fire department quickly extinguished the blaze, and little damage was done, .... 0, B. Belken Is Hwtess— Mra, G, D. Belken entertained her bridge club Saturday afternono. High score was won by Mrs. A. J. Krause. Mrs. J. T. Tyal*e was a ffuest of 4he club A two-coUrse luncheon was served after bridge. „_,._ Te»m« Defeat Tltonka— The Fenton and Tltonka first and second boys' basketball teams played here last \npek Tuesday night, an4-F«nton won both games. The ^second' team score was 11-9; and the first team. I?-* 5 Party Honors H. 8. Jaalor— A birthday surprise for Howard Tlifers was given at his home Monday night. Other members of the Junior das* of the high school were present to help him celebrate his 16th birthday, . B, B, Teams Befeat Indjans— The high school basketball teams won two games from Tltonka here last week Tuesday night. The final (score for the second boys team was 11.9 and |6r the first boys' team, 19-15, ___, H.H.W*Ur«pa« Birthday Observed ' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin and son/Russell were guests of the «. H. Wehrspann's Thursday in honor of Mr. Wehrspann's birthday. The evening was spent at "BOO." . drove Aleona Monday to attending H. S. Girls Lose to Seneca— The Bancroft girls' basketball team lost the second game in seven starts last week Monday evening when the fast Seneca sextette defeated them 25-15. The game was slow and the forwards missed many shots. The boys' game proved more Interesting, the. Bancroft five leading throughout the game. Seneca's accurate shooting in the last quarter brought the score up to 23-22 in Bancroft's favor. This week Tuesday the Lu Verne girls meet the Bancroft sextette for a return game on the local floor, Bancroft's first defeat of the season was handed out by Lu Verne, but thte will be a fast game with the locals at an advantage on their home floor. In the second game the 'Bancroft boys will meet their traditional rivals, St. John's Parochial school. Arnold Schumacher l§ Bnrled— Funeral services were held last Thursday morning at St. John's Catholic church for Arnold Schumacher, who died at an Algona hospital last week Tuesday as the result of a fractured ekull. He was- the' youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher, and was 18 years old. Arnold was helping saw wood on the Albert Schlltz farm, when a block of wood was caught by the rotary saw and thrown so RnUer ('onion Taking Vacation— • Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Conlon drove to Mallard last week Wednesday to get Clarence Conlon, who will take charge of the bakery while his father takes a short vacation. Approaching Marriage Announced— Banne of matrimony were published for the first • time Sunday between Mildred Schiltz arid John Haupert. Other Bancroft News. Art Welp and, William Quinn drove to St. Paul Sunday, where they got "Bob" Quinn, who Is a student at St. Paul Seminary. John Cullen, Whittemore, and a Mr. Ahmans, 'Le Mare, accompanied them to Bancroft and from here went to their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Kohnke entertained at four tables of bridge Sunday evening. Mrs. A. A. Droessler and Mike Droessler won high scores, and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Foth won the cut prize. At the C. O. F. card party last week Mortday evening Frank Hatten and Lucille Vaske won high Luxe orchestra furnished music for the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guide and son Joseph, and Lila Nordahl, all of St. Cloud, Minn., are visiting Mrs. Joe Welp and the Henry Guides. Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Blue Earth, arid* children' spent 'the ""week-end with the Joe Kollasches. The women are sisters. Leona Sandschulte, Mason City, spent Sunday at the Joe Sandschulte and Tom Garry homes. The Adelbert Conlon family" spent the week-end with relatives at Emr metsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Inman are the parents of -a boy, born last Thursday. • ' • Mrs. Kate Gertner, Marcus, spent last week with'her sister, Mrs. Matt Nemmers. Clare Ford, West Bend, spent the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. W: J. Hood. GIRL WANTS GENERAL HOUSE- work.—P. O. Box 216, Wesley. p20 "ON~GOOD~secur- FOR SALE—35 SPOTTED Poland China brood sows, eligible to registry; March and April farrow.—M. L. Barton, Lu Verne. 18pl8-20 FOR SALE — R. C_ W. ; . WYAN- dotte cockreels from hens culled for laying; also blood-tested; $2.— Mrs. Peter Kramer, Bancroft. 18FB20 FOR SALE-WHITE WYANDOTTE cockerels from state-Inspected flock, nlKO a few pullets; priced reasonably. — Mike Schmidt, Otto son, Iowa. , . 19FB20-2I ESTRAYED—DARK RED 2-YEAR- old heifer came to 'my farm in mid-December. Owner may have on paying charges.—John gennett, St. Benedict. Grand- 24p20 FOR SALE— PUREBRED poultry: S. C. R. L. Red cockerels; Toulouse, geese and ganders; White Emden geese; White Pekln drake; Bronze turkey gobbler. — Carl H. Paetz, phone 33F121. 24p20 START THE NEW YEAR WITH entertainment at Its best. A Coronado Radio will bring It. All latest Improvements.. Gamble's Play-Boy $49.50; model 72, ?B!).50; model 82, $99.50, complete with tubey.—Gam- ble Stores. 32-20 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC., 214 Royal Bldg., Des Moires, Iowa. ity.—E. B. Schmidt, Lu Verne. 8p20-21 FOR SALE—55-FT. STEEL windmill.—Geo. C. Hanna, Lone Rock. 10FB20 TWO FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms, close.in. McGregor. 108 W. 10p20 FOR RENT — .MODERN HOUSE, • close in; immediate M. J. Jones. possession. — 10p20 FOR SALE—ROSE COMB WHITE Wyandotte roosters.—Mrs.., A. B. Schenck, Algona. g20-21 FOR SALE OR RENT — 6-ROOM modern house with bath, garage, and garden.—Phone 7F32 or 753. p20 Union g32tf LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE •Any girl with limited means and ordinary ability can double her income In a 'few months. Start the New Year on the road to Independence. Write for free catalog.—Iowa School of Beauty Culture, 615 Walnut, Des Moines. 41u(ICS)20 FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE March boar. — Paul Blumer, Livermore, phone- Lu Verne 6F12. 10FB19-21 FOR RENT — PARTLY MODERN 5-room house, j near Parochial school.—Call at Smoke Shop. 14p20 WANTED: BY MARRIED MAN, job on farm for the season. Can start any time. Call at Advance office. 18pl9-21 ELDERLY MAN WANTED TO DO special advertising work in this county for Des Moines manufacturer. Retired man who devotee part time has chance to earn about $65 per month.—Write D. I; Durham, P. O. Box 736, Des Moines, giving experience and references. 41(1)20 SALESMEN WANTED—WE need men in Iowa to sell our highly refined, distilled and filtered tractor and motor oils to the farm trade with credit accommodation to Fall of 1931 without note, interest or mortgage. Liberal commission to salesmen with weekly advancements and full settlement the first of each month. Must have car.—The Lennox Oil & Paint Co., Dept. Sales, Cleveland, Ohio. 63pl9-20 MARRIED MAN WANTS STEADY work on farm. Capable of running all farm machinery.—Ask Advance. 15p20 FOR RENT MARCH 1—MODERN 7-room apartment, with garage and garden.—J. B. Worden, 9J2 S. Minn. St. /' 15p20-21 SPENCER DRESS CORSETS. Spencer-Alls. Spencer Support- Hayden Hood, Des Molnes,, is spending this week at W. J. Hood'e. Sale Dates ing Belts.—Write Mrs. E. nett, Britt. H. Ar- 13p20 FOR RENT—FURNISHED modern apartment* for two people. Private bath.—R. L. Padgett, 310 S. Dodge, phone 218. 17u20 WANTED TO BUY A TWO volume set of B. F. Reed's History of Kossuth county.—W. J. Payne, tel. 672-J. g!9-20 FOR SALE—3-YEAR-OLD HOL- NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL No. 3467. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, se. In District Court. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Kerr, deceased, dated November 12, 1924, having been-this day filed, opened and read, the 25th day of February, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a, m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to .appear and show cauee, if any 'they have, why said: .instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. ,, • Dated at .Algona, Iowa, January stein bull; good producer; very quiet. — W. P. Relmers & Son, Whittemore. . ' 16FB20 VISIT THE LEGISLATURE AJJD dine at Patti's Cafeteria, 616 Lo- 27, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. 20-22 Jan. 31 — C. J. Houseman, bred sow sale, 2% miles northeast Armstrong. Feb. 3 — Prank Beech, general farm sale, 2 miles north and 3 miles east of West Bend. p e b. 4— Henry J. Kraft, 5; miles north of Lu Verne, general farm sale. Feb.' 4 — H. S.-Faln, 2 miles north of Emmetsburg, Duroc Jersey bred sow sale. Mark P, Miller, a miles general; farm sale. that It struck him on the forehead, . Feb. 1*— Otto Wllle, closing out sale, Lu Verne. Feb. 17 — Henry Juchem, 5 miles west of Algona, general farm sale. BAKE SALE ANDERSON'S MEAT MARKET, SATURDAY ALETHEAN 4-H CLUB OF U^ION TWP. uo, , Bur w ?° Unty ^^y. and he READ THE WANT-ADS. To My Valentine IJEARTS ABE. TRUMPS pay We have these tokens of affection in high grade Valentine Hearts, satin, and paper. Heart bojces a,»d heart candies in variety. , — at the— / W youiufflrTrom itching, t>Un& It's the n«w«s{ Vneut owfc 101 Bast State Street Algonquin Confectionery Healthful, JCooler Air yen»lla»loj>. Air washed,. purified, cleansed before putting into the theater. Friday, January 80. ALICE WHITE In "The Naughty Flirt" A speedy comedy drama of a girl with 'a dozen boy friends. Modern up-to-date boarding school background. Also a Special Technicolor Vltaphone Variety College Capers, and Additional Sport Subjects. Monday and Tuesday, Feb.. 2 and 8 Strangest love story ever told! All technicolor, VIVIENNE SEGAL WALTER PID6EON ALEXANDER GRAY in "Viennese Nights" Where and when desires are ful- llled and tomorrow never comes. Strange, great, overwhelmingly leautlful, produced by Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Hammersteln. .She married the wrong man! Also Review Orantland Rice Spprt Reel Saturday, January 31. 2 Matinees, 1:30, 3:30, Prices, 10-SOc. Special added attraction at Matinees RIN TIN TIN in the dog Serial «The Lone Defender" IT'S A WESTERN! BUCK JONES and big Chin Totln' Cowboys —with— CARMETiTA GERAGHTY in "Men Without Law" Thrilling breath-taking. All talking. Punch, and action. Sunday; February 1. 1 and 3 o'clock matinees, any sea' 10-350. 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular admission. A MASTERPIECE;! FREDERIC MARCH INA CLAIRE HENRIETTA GROSSMAN in a sophisticated comedy «The Royal Family of Broadway" Mad, merry, modern. America's curlings as they are with the spotlights off. One of toe "mucb better" motion of $ie person, Alio Comedy and News, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 4-5 Thursday matinee 2:80, prices 10-30c GRETA GARBO Clad in slinging silks. ROBERT MONTGOMERY LEWIS STONE MARJORIE RAMBEAU in the modern version of "Sappho", with Greta as the French, siren against a Paris background. "Inspiration" Up to the minute soul drama. Also News—Varieties White's GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CLOTHES PINS— 100 for ; Friday uud Saturday, Feu, 6 and 7 WM,FAR|fUM BILL BOYD HELEN TiWELYETREES in "The Vaiiited Desert" It's an epic Western. William Farnum is back again. COmXQ FEBftlHBY 9, 10 and II THREE JBIG MATINEES Each day at 2:30, prices 10-30c. FLO ZIEGFELP'S «11 technicolor $0.60 New York r.op.4 show in pictures, with all bte beauties. QUA GUARANTEE Prlye 50 miles jf necessary, iponey back Jf you don't say it's greatest show you «av« ever seen, 19c SOAP— P & G, 10 bars 31 c DILL PICKLES- Pint jar 19c COCOA— Bulk, 4 Q r 2 Ibs. • wl* SALMON— Tall can_ 12c RAISINS— 4 Ib. pkg 28c PEANUT BUTTER— Pint 19c COFFEE— ; , Forbes, Ed ft 3 Ibs. WWW Duroc Jersey Bred Sow Sale will be held on farm 2 miles north of Emmetsburg, Wednesday, February 4 Free lunch at noon. Sale starts at one o'clock. 50 head of purebred gilts, sired mostly by Broadcaster's Reaper, and from the greatest array of dams to be found in the Northwest. They are bred to Fancy Fireworks, and Stilt's Supreme, .to farrow in March up to last of April. These gilts are large-framed, plenty of room, and lots of feeding qualities. These gilts will produce large, strong litters. Come to this sale whether you wish to buy or hot, we want you to pass your good judgment on our Durocs.- All are immune. Catalogs are ready now. TERMS: 6 months time will be given on approved notes. Parties wanting terms must arrange with clerk before buying. Clerk: Geo. A. Freeman, Cylinder State Bank, Cylinder, la. Aucts.: Cols. Cruise, Jans wold, and Salven. Pain's Duroc Farm • EMMETSBURG, IOWA FORD SMOOTHNESS The mew Ford hm» m«r« thmm twenty bait ami roller tearing* EVIDENCE of the high quality built into the new Ford is the extensive use of ball and roller bearings. There are more than twenty in all — an unusually large number. Each bearing is adequate in alee and carefully •elected for the work it has to do. At some points in the Ford chassis you will find ball bearings. At others, roller bearings are usedJJgardless of their higher cost. The deciding factor is the per* f ormance of the car. The extensive use of ball and roller bearings in the new Ford insures smoother operation, saves gasoline, increases speed and power, gives quicker pick-up, decreases noise, and gives greater reliability and longer life to vital moving parts. Other outstanding features that make the new Ford a value far above the price are the Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield, silent, fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, four Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock absorb* ers, aluminum pistons, chrome silicon alloy valves, three-quarter floating rear axle. Rustless Steel, the extensive use of fine steel f orginga, and unusual accuracy in manufacturing. > THE NEW FORD TOWN SEDAN LAW PBICKS *V -P9ll.il CA*« ' 430 to. '630 9,0. a. -','$! v ^ "t-*, 4 1

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